February 25, 2020 · Posted by Sarah Rowe

Time to Smash the Stigma: The Morning After Pill

Talking about sex and contraception can be awkward, but not talking about is doing us no good! Sarah breaks down some morning after pill myths and explains why it’s so important that we share our ‘morning after’ stories.

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February 21, 2020 · Posted by Rosie Ward

Thelma Plum & The Rise of The Political Songstress

Is the Australian music scene finally becoming a more diverse and inclusive space?

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December 20, 2019 · Posted by Jayda Franks

Priorities, Sacrifices, and Limits: Putting Yourself First

Teen contributor Jayda gets real about burn out, boundary setting and shedding stress.

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December 12, 2019 · Posted by SARAH ROWE

Feminist Gift Guide 2019

The holiday season is just around the corner, so it’s time to get gifting! We’ve put together a guide to finding the perfect gift for every gal or pal in your life - whether they’re crafty, artsy or more of a bookworm. You might be tempted to keep some of these suggestions for yourself, too.

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December 3, 2019 · Posted by Sarah Rowe

Love Your Body

‘Love Your Body’, the new book by Jessica Sanders, is full of all the self-love and body-positive messages you’ll ever need and chock-full of killer illustrations by feminist artist Carol Rossetti.

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October 31, 2019 · Posted by Olivia Schumer-Caldwell

Standing Up for Girl Power

Why tear each other down instead of lift each other up? Teen contributor Olivia talks bullying and sisterhood.

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October 11, 2019 · Posted by Sanduni Hewa Katupothage

Today is International Day of the Girl!

Girls across the world have shown to be incredible forces for change in every aspect of justice, no matter the challenges that stand in their way.

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October 1, 2019 · Posted by Sarah Rowe

Spring Cleaning

Last week, I was walking home to work when I suddenly felt a strange sensation – I was too hot. For the first time since April, I was forced to remove my puffer jacket while waiting at the pedestrian lights. The sun was warm on my face,…

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September 19, 2019 · Posted by Sanduni Hewa Katupothage

The Magic of Teenage Girls

Sanduni get real about activism, self-preservation, and teenage girls' power.

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September 11, 2019 · Posted by Sarah Rowe


Ever had difficulty using a tampon or experienced painful sex? It could be a symptom of vaginismus, a condition that many women struggle with but few of us talk about. In this article, Sarah shares her personal experience with vaginismus, and encourages women to get comfortable talking about discomfort. 

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